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Pediatric varicella, rotavirus infection, meningitis: where to turn for babies?


Who can a parent turn to if the little one catches an infection? We drop the most common viruses in a row and help us to take the child where he or she becomes ill.

From August to spring, virus infections are much more common, and with the colder months, even the smallest members of the family can be more easily infected. In addition to a weakened immune system, the process is also facilitated by ward and nursery schools, which are an ideal site for rapidly spreading infections.

The sneaky feline

Varicella zoster virus caused by varicella is one of the most common infections in the late autumn-autumn period. Pancreatitis is a sneaky disease: it develops with a latency of 10 to 21 days, and is infected 1-2 days before the appearance of virus-like rabies, so it can easily contribute to the development of a major infection. Varicella is extremely virulent: it is necessary to spend about 15-20 minutes before transferring the infection to the patient. In Hungary, on average, between 35,000 and 40,000 cases of varicella are reported each year, but the number of people actually infected is close to 100,000. Outbreaks caused by varicella to cover the whole bodyand very itchy. Beginnings and hernias can occur all over the body at the same time, and if all of these are spread, the child will not be infected. In addition to the rashes, it can be accompanied by mild fever and nausea, as well as throat and abdomen, which is also characterized by high fever. The disease is usually mild, but in about 2 to 6 cases of patients requiring medical attention, out of every 100 cases, there are various events - bacterial infections, inflammation of the brain, inflammation of the brain, inflammation of the brain. If you develop symptoms of varicella, consult your pediatrician for advice on how to treat a sick child. The manifestations of the disease may include severe nervous system, respiratory symptoms, diarrhea, and bacterial over-infections, in which case the child needs hospitalization. Pediatric varicella is less likely to have more serious infections, but in neonates the course of the disease may be more severe: those at risk include those younger than one month and younger children.You need to start protecting against valid viruses before you move to the community

The almost inevitable rotavarian

Rotafection is virtually inevitable, and almost every child in the world is affected with varying degrees of gravity. In advanced countries, rotavirus primarily causes diarrhea and dehydration in children aged between 3 and 35 months. It is very important that a one-off re-insertion is not a safe defense in the short term, even if many children develop some level of immunity against the particular strain of the virus. In humans, infections are spread very quickly in children, because of the fact that the virus stays viable in the toys, can be present in the washroom and in the kitchen, and is contaminated with human faecal matter. It remains viable for up to days, even on objects. Another risk factor is that traditional cleaners are ineffective against the virus, and soap washings eliminate only 75 percent of the disease.Symptoms of Diarrhea and Vomiting are the Leads of Infection: it is not uncommon to have 10 to 15 hg a day of watery diarrhea. Rotafection can also be caused by fever. Ideally, the disease resolves within 2-3 days, but can last up to 4-5 days. The greatest danger to babies under 1 year of age is the risk of dehydration of even a few pairs (with a fatal outcome). Fluid reflux needs special attention in case of illness. In less severe cases, many parents do not seek medical attention from the sick child, but many small patients need to be treated by a general practitioner. Also, if you experience dryness in your child, you may also need medical attention. his eyes are fallen, slanted, his vitality is diminished, he is very flabby, and his heart is multiplied.

Dangerous meningitis

The meningococcal meningococcal meningococcal infection is a very dangerous infection: a rapid-spread, drip-infectious disease can be difficult to recognize in many people, and can be as late as 24 hours. Following infection, the pathogens very soon enter the bloodstream, spread throughout the body, and the onset of a number of other disease-specific symptoms rapidly deteriorates the patient's condition.It occurs in Hungary during the winter and early spring the excess of diseases, most of which are infants below 1 year of age. Young children between the ages of 1 and 5 are also at risk, with the second most common occurrence of benign cerebral inflammation followed by a recurrence of the risk of infection in adolescents. Initially, the disease is characterized by high fever, severe headache, vomiting, or nausea, and infants may experience first symptoms of high-pitched, rattling, refusal of food, and difficulty awakening. Explanatory symptoms of benign cerebral inflammation include cervical stiffness, pronounced diarrhea, pain in the limbs, whiteness, and congestion in a baby. Infection can also lead to bruising, which is caused by the appearance of subcutaneous bleeds throughout the body. It is very important that a dangerous infection be seen by a doctor, pay attention to the status of урбул-урбу minute by minute, as his condition can deteriorate quickly - if we see his little state get worse, we will be taken to the hospital immediately. Because in many cases we are only able to diagnose the disease very early due to the very common symptoms, it is important that we immediately seek medical help if we suspect of having meningitis.

The best defense is prevention

Both varicella, rotavirus, and cerebral meningitis are vaccines that provide adequate protection against disease. For chicken pox, it is ideal if the defenses are still in place before being moved to the communityand toddlers receive a two-dose vaccine against varicella, at least 6 weeks apart, at the age of 16-18 months. After vaccination, most mild unwanted symptoms may be observed: pain, swelling, redness, skin rash at the injection site, and fever may be present. The vaccine is still not dry, so give it orally. It can be started as early as 6 weeks of age and can be protected by 12 weeks with the two-dose vaccine series. Most importantly, the baby should receive all doses of vaccine before the age of 24 weeks, and the triple vaccine should be completed at least by the age of 32 weeks. Both vaccines can be added at the same time as mandatory age-related vaccinations. The kйtadagos vйdхoltбs 7, mнg shows vйdelmet against hбromadagos 5 kьlцnbцzх rotavнrus tцrzs, йs the immunizбlбs tovбbbi elхnye that not only szezonбlis fertхzйstхl, but kуrhбzban medical rendelхintйzetben vйdelmet nyъjt.A kiszбmнthatatlan quick lefolyбsъ jбrvбnyos agyhбrtyagyulladбs possibly against felbukkanу rotavнrusokkal the most important thing is to build up a timely defense. The baby is doing this It is recommended to start at 2-3 months, because the disease is most prevalent at 6 months. In addition, the basic vaccine series may require 2 or 3 vaccines, and may be age-dependent, as the vaccine should be strictly followed to ensure that the doses are accurate.